- Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer
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OXNARD, Calif. -- Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones wasn't talkative when reporters followed him after Wednesday's practice.
Jones allowed for only one question to be asked -- about his concern for defensive tackle Jay Ratliff missing this week and most likely next week's practices.
"Well, I'm not, and I think that's the best way to go," Jones said. "That's all I got right now."
Jones then wondered where one of the team doctors was -- behind him, it turned out -- and left for the day.
Jones hasn't spoken to reporters since last Saturday's news conference to open training camp.
The Cowboys media contingent has been eager for Jones' take on a number of developments since his last full chat, including the injuries that have befallen the team, how the Cowboys have performed thus far in camp, and a naming-rights deal that appears to be in the offing.